Monthly Archives: December 2012

Tribalamory

You’ve seen the T-shirt. Polyamory is wrong.  It’s either multiamory or polyphilia. Mixing greek and latin roots is wrong. Personally, I care no more about grammatical than religious syncretism, both can be enriching. But polyamory is a broad term, used … Continue reading

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Magick from Solstice to Solstice

It was like a vision out of a fantasy novel, an imagining of times long past. That is how I experienced the summer solstice. Strangers gathered for ritual, lighting a bonfire on the beach, dropping their clothes in the cold … Continue reading

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Experiencing Dr. Bronner’s “All One, All One or None”

Sometimes I listen to pagan music while working on a church bulletin and I find myself slipping into a state of worship. Images of growing vines, the antlered crown of Pan blend with beautiful words of Jesus and adoration of … Continue reading

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